Veggie Balls for Snacks and Business WITH COSTING (Filipino Style Street Food Recipe) 2 min read 5 0 12 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Street food is one of the typical Filipino staples aside from rice, viand (ulam) and assorted meriendas (snack). Street food like cheap barbecues (chicken intestines, pork innards and other exotic parts), mami (noodle soup) glazed bananas (bananacue) and fish balls are one of the most favorites because they are very cheap but filling. Along with those fish balls and kwek-kwek (quail eggs tempura) are kikiam, squid balls and those balls that are called “veggie balls” which are made of left-over vegetables and flour. Check out this yummy recipe here in the channel, good luck! Makes 24 large balls or 26 small ball pieces. Ingredients with Costing: 1/4 kilo flour (all-purpose) = P 15 1 small carrot (used 1/3) = P 1.5 (P 5 per whole) 1 thin pc. celery (used 1/2)= P 1 (P 2 per whole) 1 small white onion (1/2) = P 1.5 (P 3 per whole) 1 medium egg = P 5 1 sachet pepper (partially) = P 2 (P 5 per whole) Salt (used partially, P 10 per kilogram) Water (used partially) Cooking oil (long lasting, P 60 per liter) LPG (long lasting, P600 per tank) ——————————————————————————————- = P 26/ 26 (small) pieces = 1 TOTAL = P 1.00 per piece This video was taken midyear this year 2018. Feel free to WATCH, LIKE & SUBSCRIBE here on the channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSdumbvB8RCECW1tOo0WCMg?sub_confirmation=1 Credits to YouTube for the music. Please turn your notification on for you to get updated. My other videos are waiting for you to see them. Thank you for watching!